Suzuki Cappuccino and 2 other cars to choose when buying on a budget

Suzuki CappuccinoSuzuki Cappuccino is a small, rev-happy roadster that the company built to comply with Japan’s Kei-car regulations. The Suzuki Capuccino is quite small – 1395 mm wide and 3295 mm long. In addition, it weights no more than 679 kg. Given the fact that it’s pretty practical and almost 20 years old, now, the Suzuki Cappuccino is one of the cheapest cars that you can get your hands on. Well, at least that’s what the folks at Fifth Gear say.

The Suzuki Cappuccino that you’re about to see in the video has a 657 cc engine that outs out 63 bph. Moreover, it goes from 0 to 60 in 11.3 seconds. Yes, the Suzuki Capuccino is not a fast car. But, maybe that’s why the Suzuki Cappuccino the most affordable of the 3 top three stand out cars according to Fifth Gear.

The medium priced of all 3 is the Vauxhall VX220. Opel introduced this car in the July 2000 and they originally called it Opel Speedster. However, they sold it as the Vauxhall VC220 in the United Kingdom and that’s how we’re calling it now. This particular car is known for having much in common with the Lotus Elise. Nevertheless, Opel still claims that there are few parts of the car that were interchangeable.

Suzuki Cappuccino and 2 other cars to choose when buying on a budget

Suzuki CappuccinoCompared to the Suzuki Cappuccino, this car is a bit faster and of course, a little more expensive. It has a 2.2-liter engine that gives out 145 HP. It goes from 0 to 60 in 1.6 seconds and its top speed is 136 mph. Also, it is important to notice that this is not a quiet car so, those who are looking for one may want to look somewhere else.

Last is the highest priced car of these 3. It’s the Renault Sport Spider that is much better than the Suzuki Cappuccino and the Vauxhall VC220. Well, that is if you want a car that’s built for the track. The Renault Sport Spider goes 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds.

The thing about such cars is that they are not as comfortable as the others. This one has no power steering, no exterior door handles, no stereo and no side windows. Of course, it doesn’t even have a roof. Well, at least it gives you the racing thrill unlike the Suzuki Cappuccino for example.

Naturally, as these cars are second-hand heroes, they all have their drawbacks. However, if you’re buying on a budget they are an excellent choice.  Let’s start with the Suzuki Cappuccino: